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Recipe developers share the best ways to use each type of kitchen paper (and when not to use them).
Is it safe to eat turkey, sides and pie all week long? Here's when you should eat your last Thanksgiving leftovers.
Learn how to make this fluffy doughnut filled with bright fruit jelly and showered in powdered sugar.
Brew coffee, shots of espresso and enjoy frothy lattes with these Breville Nespresso machines, on sale now.
From Dutch ovens to cheesecloth and the right thermometer, these kitchen must-haves will help you make delicious fried food.
When it comes to appetizers, sides and desserts, there are plenty of times when "store-bought is fine."
Thanksgiving pies made of fruit, pumpkin, pecans and custard all require different handling.
It turns out that one of the most controversial Thanksgiving sides is also one of the most beloved.
This superstition might be as old as Genghis Khan, but is it true? We asked experts who have studied it.
Delicious plant-based mains, sides, soups and desserts.
Tasty treats, a hygge-inspired s'mores maker, thoughtful tokens and other items that show your appreciation.
Spoiler alert: Even pros don't cook the whole meal from scratch.
Move over, pumpkin spice lattes. It's squash season!
There are reasons you may not want to serve a turkey at your feast. Experts offer ways to create a new holiday tradition
Oaxacan food activist Neftalí Durán thinks the food system as it stands is bound for a reckoning.
We don’t need to dial it back like 2020, but experts say we need to "pull it back one step" to keep things safe in 2021.
Now is the time to steal from the kids' stash.
It’s common for guests to bring dessert to holiday gatherings, but what if you can’t?
In case you're curious how much is too much, there's a formula you can use.
Beware of health halos and remember that Halloween only comes around once a year.